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Egypt reopens 4,700-year-old tomb for tourists

Djoser, also known by his Hellenised names Tosorthros and Sesorthos, was an ancient Egyptian pharaoh of the Third Dynasty during the Old Kingdom and the founder of this epoch.

Egypt moves 22 Pharaonic mummies to new museum

With joint efforts of the Unesco and the Egyptian government, the NMEC's foundation stone was laid in 2002 and its temporary exhibition hall was opened in 2017.

Egypt starts issuing 15 million coins to honour medical workers

The coins feature Egyptian doctors and nurses with the words "Medical Teams of Egypt".

Arab League calls UAE Mars probe ‘educational renaissance’

In a statement issued on Wednesday, Aboul-Gheit described the move as "an important accomplishment that crowned the accumulation of educational and scientific knowledge sponsored by the government over years".

Hieroglyph typecaster tells new stories

The century old mechanical marvel has come to life once again in a Cairo workshop

Egypt unveils 100 ancient wooden coffins

"We announced today the discovery of 100 coloured sealed coffins from the Ptolemaic era... The coffins were discovered in the Saqqara necropolis of Giza," Tourism and Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Anany

Cairo’s ‘City of the Dead’ brought back to life

Authorities began construction on a major road in July a short distance from the Qaitbay mosque, drawing strong criticism online for the resulting demolitions and evictions of residents of the "City of the Dead

Vitamin D lessens severe eczema symptoms in kids: Study

The study, published in the journal Pharmacology Research & Perspectives, aimed to evaluate the impact of vitamin D supplementation on response to standard treatment in pediatrics with severe atopic dermatitis.

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